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Visiting Uncle David Christopher

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Lenugajothi buys a Hello Kitty toy.

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Giving a Kindness Card to David.

David Christopher needs your help to treat his leukemia (blood cancer) condition, and education for his son.

Uncle David (60) have been selling toys for over 14 years peddling soft toys around Damansara Utama-Uptown area. Because of leukemia he finds it very difficult to walk, he now stations in front of HSBC Bank Damansara Utama (55-59 Jalan SS 21/37).
A local TV documentary will feature a day in the life of David, where he source his great collection of toys to sell. When we visited him the bestselling iconic Mr.Bean brown teddy bear were sold out. Most toys are sold at RM10 a piece. The toys have a suction hook to stick on your car windscreen or office cubicle.
David talked about his Eurasian heritage. His grandfather was from Holland and worked in the Malayan Army. His father is Portguese-Dutch and his mother is Chinese from Ipoh. (assuming they are still alive).
He studied at the same school as me @ St.Michael’s Institution, Ipoh.

When you are nearby HSBC Damansara Uptown, please help to buy some pretty soft toys for your car and office, or simply donate to David Christopher’s leukemia treatment and his son’s education.

#PSA: Damansara Uptown’s Uncle David’s Story Touches Malaysians’ Hearts

Read full article: http://hype.my/2015/75858/psa-damansara-uptowns-uncle-davids-story-touches-malaysians-hearts/

Published 2 September 2015.
Updated on 20 September 2016.